DMK’s Muscle Banding Treatment is an age management treatment designed to fight against the decline that causes ageing and restore skin to its optimal health. Ageing is the result of a loss of function in the skin. This means that the skins own natural processes weaken with age. DMK’s Muscle Banding Treatment actually stimulates the skin in such a way that it restores these natural processes and functions helping the skin to do what it’s meant to do in a natural way. Incorporating three enzyme masques, which are highly effective in repairing and strengthening tissue, containing powerful antioxidants to fight the harmful effects of free radicals, which cause premature aging.
Your face contains over 40 muscles, used to control expression, the movement of your head, jaw and mouth. Just like other muscles in the body, they can be expanded or contracted under tension. The neck contains a large muscle called the platysma muscle, which extends around the front of the neck and beneath the chin. Naturally with age and lack of exercise, these muscles weaken to cause sagging skin and a loss of firmness. Muscle Banding works by sending signals to contract the muscles of the face and neck, which increases blood circulation and builds stronger, firmer muscle tissue. Similar to lifting weights at the gym to strengthen and tone the muscles of the body, the muscles of the face and neck are strengthened and tightened with DMK Muscle Banding but without the physical effort. The more treatments, the better the results. Just like any physical exercise program, faster results are obtained from regular treatments. The more treatments in a close time frame, the better.
How Muscle Banding works:
What this means for you is a tighter, firmer skin and a healthy glowing. Tighter skin also means that wrinkles, creases or fine lines will be greatly reduced leaving a smoother texture behind. DMK recommends undergoing a yearly course of Muscle Banding to keep your skin stimulated and your muscles toned. Enzyme Masque 2 & 3 used in the Muscle Banding treatment should be performed in a 6, 8 or 12-week course and then maintained with monthly treatments.